Wake County Blog

#WakeArmy Happenings for Week of 7/24/2017

A look at events at The Salvation Army of Wake County.

National Social Work Month: Marcia Redd

March is National Social Work Month and we want to highlight the amazing social workers who are a part of our Army. Marcia Redd is our Circle of Parents Group Facilitator who started with us this past August.

National Social Work Month: Kim Konderla

This month we want to highlight the amazing staff at The Salvation Army that have dedicated so much to the families they serve, and their field of social work.

Eat Mor Chikin & Help Homeless Children

You too can help catch kids from falling through the cracks! Join us on December 6 from 5pm-8pm at any Wake County Chick-Fil-A where a portion of the proceeds will benefit The Salvation Army's Project CATCH.

"I don't know where we'd be without Project CATCH"

WRAL's Brian Shrader visits with Project CATCH and an incredible family working hard to change their circumstances.

The CATCH Corner

A story about a local family and how Project CATCH was able to help them through the difficult loss of their brother and son.

Learn more about Project CATCH

Project CATCH started in 2011 thanks to the help of local partners and funding. The program works with 11 homeless shelter and programs in the area to ensure that they are able to correctly identify and address the needs of children in their care. In Wake County alone there are approximately 5,000 children ages 0-18 experiencing homelessness, with 2,700 of them being school aged. Learn more about Project CATCH and how you can help ==>

Community Partners Come Together to Send Homeless Children to Summer Camp

The Salvation Army’s Project CATCH and others Hosts Informative Meeting for Parents